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Sep 8, 2010 7:00pm PDT
i am using live stormtracker stormtracker 2 to track storms in your area and neighborhood. the guys who drive a heavy duty truck, have some heavy duty demands. like enough horsepower and torque to get out of just about any situation. a payload that beats the other guys flat out. a frame sturdy enough to bear up a max towing capacity that's over 10 tons. and a braking system tough enough to bring it all to a stop. heavy duty demands? gentlemen, your truck is ready. >> a pastor in florida is refusing to back up his plan to burn the holy book quran on september 11 despite warnings that it might endanger us troops and other americans overseas. terry jones leads a 50 member congregation in gainesville and says he has no intention of canceling the public burning of about 200 copies of the quran. us officials including the american commander in afghanistan have warned the event could endanger soldiers lives and encourage the extremism jones says he opposes. it is sponsoring plans for culture rallies across the nation including here in the bay area. leaders say they will be holding an event
Sep 8, 2010 6:00pm PDT
. >>> for the first time in a lock time, live stormtracker2 is showing some rain in parts of california. i will show you where you could expect -- where you could expect it. when it comes to veterans, no one fights harder than jerry mcnerney. when some vets were forced to travel hours for care, mcnerney fought for a new v.a. medical facility, and won. mcnerney took on washington gridlock, to improve care for vets with traumatic brain injuries. his plan became law. that's why vfw state commander dave norris endorsed mcnerney. i'm jerry mcnerney, and i'm honored to approve this message. thanks, dad. >>> this is the grand avenue exit and 58 a heading eastbound. what you can't tell, this is a very steve offramp. from what we understand the driver said he lost his brakes. you see the result there. several cars crashed right -- what's remarkable, we go to the camera live on the scene, no one was killed. if you go up and look at the car fit hirst -- hit first by the truck, it's really remarkable that that driver was not seriously injured. we know that one person has been taken to the hospital but from what
Sep 18, 2010 7:00am PDT
stormtracker rate are a very well-defined storm. al, we missed that rainfall yesterday it passed us on all to the north but the second band tonight and into tomorrow morning. and i think we're going to see some showers with this. let us take a look con futurecast. by 4:00 p.m., the rainfall is going to go towards the north bay and in funiformity as it begins and thn it will start to break up a little bit. by 10:00 a.m., light showers of of the north bay and of the golden gate and along the coastline. as for moving to the noon hour, that is pretty much it and as we see with very light showers tapered off by 3:00 p.m. so, we are going to see the most rain and the north bay. these totals really quickly, the quarter inched that you see it is perhaps closer to the golden gate, novado, santa rosa. and a three-quarters, that is going to be well to the north and the higher elevations. also, south of the golden gate is not going to see much, perhaps on the one- tenth of an inch. and in the south bay, if we see anything just traces. at the most, one- tenth which is not for much rainfall at all. let
Sep 6, 2010 5:30am EDT
. cooler in the mountains. stormtracker to the north of us but by tuesday evening, here's a weak cool front in ohio. it does move in on wednesday morning and we may pick up a club or brief shower or something like that. in looks like it will be a weakness system. there is a good chance we will not see anything with this. it will not watered the lawn or the boagarden. we do see a higher range chances by saturday into sunday with scattered showers by sunday. we do warm-up. more humidity with that very skimpy rain chance. thursday and friday, temperatures drop a little bit. then we will warm up ahead of the next system. >> that storm that was the justin bieber concert blew into the state fair last night. >> deborah weiner has more. >> this pretty much says it all, the frantic race to secure the best possible view of the teenage sensation. >> we love you, justin! >> some people waited in line for hours. >> parents were standing in line for wrist bands. >> just listen to how george lettuce tried to break down the fever. >> i am excited. >> can you breeze right now? >> no. >> tell me you're excit
Sep 8, 2010 5:00pm PDT
in the coastal areas of the bay, even ben lomond up to .10. most of us clouds and cooler. now, live stormtracker2, i mentioned i was going to show you what we have. you can see to the north of us, that's rain. that's rain. that's not fall. that rain moving towards yuba city and that system will begin to move out of the area but as it does, there will be a chance for a stray shower in our location. right now, we've got no reports of shower activity but drizzle certainly is a possibility in the next few hours and then as the sun sets, that activity should go away. so here's how it breaks down. we did see the clouds and drizzle this morning, we will see it again possibly tonight once the sun sets, things die down. clearing and mild for thursday. it will warm up just a little bit. the extended forecast -- we're into fall. it's not fall yet but when i look at that rain up in the central valley, i look at the drizzle, the sprinkles in ben lomond, the temperatures, the overnight lows we're going to see tonight, this is a very fall pattern. it feels like we're here early. next week we go into another pat
Sep 4, 2010 9:00am EDT
show of the best storm pictures. you can see the custom slide show and we will keep the stormtracker up to the hurricane season. >> no deaths reported following a powerful earthquake that struck new zealand. a state of emergency has been declared for about 35 miles of the 7.1 earthquake. they are dealing with cuts and bruises, but no deaths. >> in some ways, we have been extraordinarily lucky when it comes to the citizens here. in terms of the scale of the damage, i think it is immense. we are really just coming to terms with the scalable have in front of us at the moment. >> more than 14,000 earthquakes hit new zealand every year. only 150 are felt by residents. >> a fire has left a mother and father without a family. fire officials were called to the scene and had the fire under control within 25 minutes. >> if anyone has any information because it was incendiary in nature and intentionally set. >> the woman and child were displaced and being held this morning by the red cross. they are not injured. cracks in our commitment 2010 report, new financials report to the strength in financi
Sep 6, 2010 7:00pm PDT
paid on live stormtracker 2 you can see the leading edge of it. with this cooling trend coming our way we are looking for temperatures tomorrow to be a few degrees warmer -- or cooler than they were today. we are talking 10 to 15 degrees cooler. you can see the system he was beginning to weaken and our old friend comes back. this low pressure center will be strong. cooling on wednesday. somewhere on tuesday night, wednesday morning there is a good shot for some sprinkles out there so we will watch it. their may be some sprinkles and a fog. not a big deal. but it is notable. san jose is a cooler day tomorrow, better air quality and lower fire danger. it has been a cool summer and we talked about that earlier. temperatures tomorrow, this is a forecast model preview see the blues and greens. that is the cold air coming in over the gate. the valley will still have a peek preview we are transitioning right now. we called this a transition season when we are coming between summer and fall. you are starting to feel the changes. tomorrow with temperatures moving across the bay, seventies where
Sep 27, 2010 6:00pm PDT
, and another spare the air day. let's go to live stormtracker2, i want to outline the area where the air quality in the morning is the least -- it's not good. 0 so in the east bay and here. so when the bay area quality management district throws this out, you get ozone at the surface. in those areas, the east bay and santa clara valley, that's where it will be the least in terms of air quality tomorrow. it's a spare the air day again. that's four in a row. it's hot again tomorrow, even hotter in some inland valleys. it's a gradual cooling trend. it's interesting because it has been very hot during the day. but the lows are dropping off. 52 in santa rosa. why is that? nights are getting longer. so the forecast high tomorrow, purples are the 100s. you got them all the way into napa, fairfield and concord. around here you are seeing the cool, bite of marin air morning into the bay and out to the peninsula and redwood city. so we're seeing cooling out there. the forecast high computer models for san francisco, san jose and concord, threw out the high, you see concord around 100. san jose aro
Sep 1, 2010 12:00pm EDT
for the best, as howard was just suggest, the stormtrack looks like it will be taken off the coast but the cone of indecision in those forecasts does cover ocean city so they are going to prepare for that today. right now, they're talking about the possibility of tropical storm force wind for a period of time on friday. some big sur of and maybe 2 or 3 inches of rain. they're hoping the storm will be moving very quickly and that will minimize the chance of serious beach erosion. one of the big problems they dealt with here last weekend with hurricane danielle, several hundred miles offshore, was big sur of and a lot of erosion on the beach that created dangerous conditions in the surf. one man did drown on saturday. his body still hasn't been found and there were a number of serious injury that occurred this week because the profile of the beach changed. it got steeper and with smaller waves coming in and crashing onto the sand, it's been dangerous so beach patrol is trying to keep people safe. they're watching the surf carefully. a beautiful day here and the forecast shows the storm is likely
Sep 13, 2010 5:00pm EDT
latest on igor. in fact, our stormtracker is tracking two. that is julia, a tropical storm. onnwhile, let's concentrate igor, a category four storm. it has gusts up to 165 miles per hour. it poses a definite threat to bermuda by the weekend. it looks like it could pass over bermuda or close to bermuda late saturday as a category three your kaine. -- category three hurricane. also, here is some beautiful satellite animation of a hurricane igor. you actually see an eye and walt replacement cycle -- wall replacement cycle right before your eyes here. now andn the mid 80's will stay in the mid 80's the rest of the week. no talk of rain through the day tomorrow and in our seven-day, the only thing we have to offer a chance of a few showers on friday. >> thank you, doug. >> a great monday. everybody is in a great mood. we watched a redskins team that did not make a lot of errors. a game with a lot of different story lines, but only one result, 13-7, redskins. >> it ended with a well timed and well learned yellow flag. -- well earned yellow flag. two pivotal plays resonate today, the last play o
Sep 8, 2010 7:00am PDT
just dropped off the table compared to where they were sunday and monday. live stormtracker2 we actually had to shake the dust off a littleby -- a little bit. look at that. light rain has been falling up to northern california and the valley. if things keep going and marching as advertised, next week it looks like rain. today, cooler and winy. there's been a lot of drizzle. coast and bay. some measurable amounts, san francisco, peninsula as well. even oakland the last two hours, drizzle, drizzle. afternoon hours are possible to the north and east. i will mention it i think you'll see these clouds pass on. it will be warner as we go into the weekend. there's the system coming through. we'll have clouds in the morning. low clouds and high and mid- level clouds. then we'll have sun and the next piece of energy will give us a possibility of showers later on. 67 today. now, i will warm up the coast up a little bit -- i will warm the coast up a little bit. walnut creek, 67. 67. 68 in san jose and downtown oakland we'll go 66. 8 at mount tam. that's down 22 degrees compared to yesterda
Sep 12, 2010 11:30pm PDT
stormtracker 2, clouds already on the increase. santa rosa reporting partly cloudy skies. clouds moving into sonoma county and areas to the south with san francisco partly cloudy skies and this as far as temperatures from today, we cooled off about 5-15 degrees from yesterday's readings. you can see the reading from upper 50s in pacifica and livermore, 82 degrees. it as the scene towards the pay. more fog expected overnight and temperatures cooling off more. at least for tuesday and wednesday, a little bit of a butch in the numbers burb no major heatwaves in site. this area of low pressure, this trough will move in over the next 24 hours, deepening the marine lay that is happening right now and that will be the source cloud and fog and possibly drizzle first thing tomorrow morning. for your monday, cooling off 2- 6 degrees from today's highs and that manes the warmestlocs in the upper 70s, possibly approaching 80 degrees. you may have heard rumors of rain chances later in the week. by tuesday, maybe drizzle along the shoreline. wednesday, thursday, and friday, you notice the bulk of act
Sep 13, 2010 5:00pm PDT
and then temperatures off a few more degrees today. live stormtracker2 picks up not only cloud cover and rain but it shows you current temperatures as well. out towards livermore it's just 76. 65 in oakland. 74 in concord. it feels like fall. it's still summer. national weather service highs. it was cooler today. it was cooler yesterday as well from sunday. temperatures tomorrow they are gonna come up a little bit. daytime highs tomorrow a degree or two warmer as we go through a few more days, a slight warming spend -- trend. here is the headline. extended forecast calls for a slight chance of showers. the model has been back and forth on this one, on this chance of showers, but it's interesting to see and this system really wants to drop down and could bring significant rain to northern california. maybe an inch of rain. here's what the computer model suggests. it's a long way out. here we are now. bull's eye at 6:00 this evening. move through time. we're into tuesday. we're moving into wednesday. here it comes. that's the system right there. watch the enhancement right there. thursday, abou
Sep 30, 2010 6:00am PDT
the stormtracker is well to the north, these two coming together is pushing it out of the way. high pressure losing its grip at least in the lower layers of the atmosphere. that's why the sea breeze is back. low to mid-70s through the south bay, 84 san jose. could be warmer in los gatos, about 87. on the peninsula mid to upper 70s. as we head to south bay, 80 mountain view. along the coast cloudy. clouds hanging around downtown south san francisco and even sausalito with mid to upper 60s. upper 70s to near 80s the north bay valleys. beaches cloudy and low 60s. east bay shore, breeze coming off the water keeps richmond and berkeley upper 60s. mid to upper 70s everywhere else. the warmest weather close to comfortable level turning off the air conditioner. mid to upper 80s hollister and gilroy, morgan hill. sunshine for sure. clouds hang around monterey and caramel. sunshine around santa cruz and 75 with watsonville around 70. tonight concord and antioch holding on to the 60s. we have low 50s half moon bay, santa cruz up to santa rosa, napa. the rest of us mid to upper 50s. let's take a look at the se
Sep 2, 2010 7:00am PDT
it on the stormtracker2. it's getting closer and a little haze in the city. 68 in the city. there's the fog. it's off the coast. you can see it but look at all of the wind, calm at oakland, calm at travis. fairfield, if it's calm over sfo, san pablo bay, you knee darned well we're not going to cool off but we will long time. by that i mean tomorrow. a lot of sun, warm to hot. i fly the fog in by parts of the coast. it might make an appearance late today but not before it's very mild to warm. froerlts in the mountains. 60s in the valleys. 70s. the fog is in california, southern california. patchy fog on the coast but a couple of steps inland. warm to hot. maybe a slight west wind later today. 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. 88 in san francisco. mid-90s upper 90s to near 100 inland. and tomorrow a little bit cooler, and then we start a cooldown. dave? >> thank you, steve. >>> 8:26. well, it looks like the bidding war is over between dell and hp. we'll bling you all of the results. >> reporter: and in hercules, no new information about who found a missing person's report that led to the homicide on saturday. sou
Sep 14, 2010 7:00am PDT
and saturday. on our stormtracker you can see the wind is west swift for -- west-southwest for many and calm. right off point arena, a little low there. we call them a coastal eddy. coastal eddy. the low clouds are there and they will be slow to burn off for some. higher clouds, there they go, but they are long gone. san mateo started off with low clouds and we'll go 67 and top you out at 72 for our high today. maybe a little breezy today later on. highs today will recover from the cool readings. 75 in napa. walnut creek 79, up from 74 yesterday. 68 in oakland and san jose from 73 to 75. had some 40s. a lot of them we're looking at a -- looking at a lot of 50s. 38 up in tahoe. if you have travel plans friday and saturday, up to tahoe, it looks like a lot of clouds. lows in the 40s. highs will be in the 60s. possibility of some rain but probably more cloudy and breezy. 48 in ukiah. sacramento is down to 51. here is our system that we're keeping an eye on. we still have two days before it gets close. it's gonna continue to deepen. then there will be a part of this to move into northern califor
Sep 17, 2010 7:00am PDT
into the north. take a look here at live stormtracker2. in mendocino county, it looks like there are clouds moving in. this is a slow-moving system but it's here as advertised. we thought friday would be the transition day. now, the whole system, slowing down a little bit. it's still running into the high-pressure system. it will be the fight between the two and the first system to come through usually falls apart and weakens. it's a sign after change until that low right there moves in. that will be late saturday into sunday. you can sigh how the system is getting close. this would be a pretty good rain producer. could easily get over 1 to 2 inches of rain there. i would say for the north bay or for everyone, about .10 maybe let amounts -- maybe lessants to about .5. that's what it's looking like. i will fine-tune things as the information comes in from the updated information already starting to show up. 75 in san rafael. fog, drizzle. 79 walnut creek after an 82 on thursday. oakland, 74. we'll drop you 4 to 70. san jose 78 to 77. the lows are very, very mild. san jose 67. the low at san
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